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Old 01-02-2007, 03:32 PM   #1
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Power Steering Pump Removal Help

Im tryin to replace my power steering pump and the pully puller i got from advanced is to long.. That the shortest one they had. Can anyone give me some advice with this so i dont have to pay 100+ to get it changed?
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

its advance auto, not advanced

that pully sucks, but thats how it has to be, i'd check around a few more places, there is sure to be a machine shop or something that will let you rent a puller.
did you try the other auto stores?
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

BFH and a big screw driver/chissel.

Other than that, I'm no help.
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

Has anyone removed and installed a p/s pump on a 94 - 95 stang before that could help me out. Mine finally went out last night and i need to change it before monday.. Please post. Thanks
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

Sorry dude, I have not, but you would think someone here would step up and give you some real pointers 2:
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

once again id check over at corral.net search for it cause im sure someone has already asked this before over there ya know
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

When you do it take pictures and do a write up for our Mustang Articles section
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Re: Power Steering Pump Removal Help

You know what I did when I had to take my pum p off for my HCI install?

I tried the puller route that you went with, said **** it after a thousand tries, beat the ****er into a million pieces with the hammer, dremel cut off the rest of pulley left on the shaft, bought new pulley from FORD, bought installer, INSTALLED!

Cost me maybe 20 bucks(I think) for the pulley and a half hour to cut the rest off the shaft. Once I got close I just pried between the cut until the thing split apart and I had two halves.

My puller from A&A didn't grip the ridge on the pulley tight enough and the thing rounded off the ridge. This was the only feasible thing I saw to do. My pulley spins true and I haven't had a single problem since my rebuild.
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